The New York Knicks will be relieved today, as head coach Derek Fisher, announced that Carmelo Anthony will return after missing two games with an ankle injury. Anthony suffered the ankle injury on Jan. 12 against the Boston Celtics but is ready to return to the court.

Melo, has only missed one other game this season due to injury, and with no surprise the Knicks have not won without its all-star forward. Before Melo went down with the injury, the Knicks were playing its best basketball of the season.

The Knicks have a packed week, kicking off in a matinee against the Philadelphia 76ers, and then play the : Utah Jazz, Los Angeles Clippers, and Charlotte Hornets.